The workforce is changing. Technology has fast become part and parcel of everyday working-life. Emails, teleconferencing and digital platforms allow team members to collaborate no matter their location or time-zone, and automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are taking on roles that human have been carrying...

We’ve previously looked at how L&D teams are using newer technologies to support learning. There are three areas in which technology is seen as an accelerator of change: artificial intelligence and data analytics, social and collaborative learning and accelerating the shift from courses to resources. These...

Over the last decade digital has disrupted how we shop, bank, listen to music and find a new partner. And that’s just for starters. In the workplace, it has disrupted how we find work, where we work and how we communicate. It has also disrupted...

As digital plays a bigger role in the workplace, we look at some of the key technology trends that are likely to impact on learning and the implications for L&D teams. Four of the top 10 ‘hot’ technologies identified by L&D professionals for 2019 are just...

Throughout this month we are exploring ideas that will help shape the way the L&D function can enable and support learning. This week we look at the consumerisation of learning technology platforms and the knock-on effect for learning teams. How different are time poor, busy employees to...